|Poster:||JimBourneSmith||Date:||Nov 1, 2015 8:06am|
|Forum:||computerchronicles||Subject:||Can we embed if this is sadly not free to use?|
A bit of a Rant:
I noticed through previous posts that regarding permissions they respond "its available for licensing". This is a pity, and makes most of this great footage mostly trapped in unusable history. This great internet archive is getting confusing regarding permissions quite frankly. I am getting scared to use anything, I come here for usable public domain footage to use in documentaries or niches, but we often get-- money makers, with material that few will pay to use. It is a waste of history!
Put it in the public domain and respect these people who spent hours creating these works. If you want money charge a dollar a time, you will be rich, rather than "licensing is available", just "let go", and let this great footage become public as it was intended to be.
Edit: It just occurred to me, I reckon you might have big money involved from companies like "BBC" or other documentary networks that will pay a lot. I see the reason why now.
End of a bit of a Rant
This post was modified by JimBourneSmith on 2015-11-01 16:06:12